Part of Paper 2, we collated the transactional writing questions from past year papers and list them here. If you are taking the Edexcel English Language specification A for your iGCSE, and need more practice for this part of the paper (30 marks), you have come to the right place.
Part of Paper 1, we collated the transactional writing questions from past year papers and list them here. If you are taking the Edexcel English Language specification A for your iGCSE, and need more practice for this part of the paper, you have come to the right place.
Here, we look at Anthology A (Paper 1) and Anthology B (Paper 2) of Edexcel English Language A (iGCSE Specification A) examination papers.
There are two exam papers for Edexcel English Language A with 90:60 mark distribution. The outline below shows the exam questions for each of the paper and how the marks and calculated for each.
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